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Advantages of Modern LED Grow Lights

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Comparison Chart: HPS T5 and LED.

There are states where rebates or other financial incentives are available for switching to LED lamps. Visit DSIRE USA just enter your project location zipcode to find a list of incentives for installing energy saving products, you can use filters to narrow the list down to useful links.

What are some of the benefits of using LED Grow Lights?

  • There are many locations where rebates or other financial incentives are available for switching to LED lamps through the local electricity supplier. Once your postal code is received a search will be done to provide a list of available benefits.
  • Your plants are not limited to relying solely on the sun, "days" can be lengthened to summertime lengths at any time of the year, indoors, or in the Greenhouse.
  • Hydroponic farming is greatly enhanced, along with other forms of “controlled-environment agriculture”.
  • Multiple harvests per year.
  • Flowering can be happen when you want it lighting timers indoors or shading in the greenhouse.
  • Flowering can be enhanced with introduction of the Flower Initiator.
  • Our LED lights employ specific colors (Proven spectrum) mixed in specific proportion, to emit the exact spectrum that a developing and/or flowering plant would need to thrive, with little waste.
  • With this best spectrum mix plants develop and flower faster than in an outdoor environment.
  • Producing less heat, they do not need to be air-cooled like HPS lights,
    no need for added fans, they run quieter and more efficiently.
  • LED lamps produce less heat so you can grow more in less space.
  • Far less water is required.
  • Less pesticides are needed.
  • Significantly less energy consumed per unit of production.
  • Reduced cooling and ventilation costs.
  • Reduction in the use of nutrients.
  • Led lights are known for longer lifespan & less maintenance. LEDs usually last for 50,000 - 90,000 hours until LM-70 is reached.

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